Trinity™

Trinity™ handscraped oak flooring with genuine patina.
Fall in love with our Trinity oak floors and their handmade, oilwaxed surface. The unique handscraped texture gives Trinity its' signature look and feels wonderful to walk on. Choose your floor from two distinctive collections: our 185 mm wide Trinity engineered flooring with click-lock installation, or our 20 mm strong Trinity plank floors with a width of up to 300 mm.

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TRINITY 20 MM PLANK FLOORING

Trinity plank flooring sets the high standard for quality and beauty. Trinity planks are 20 mm thick, with a 6 mm solid oak wear layer and a core of 14 mm birch plywood. This construction makes the planks very stable and also suitable for installation on subfloor heating. Trinity plank flooring is available in different widths, from 220 mm to 300 mm, which may be combined together to create unique floors.

Trinity plank flooring is suitable for modern construction, as it can be installed directly on a concrete floor by the glue-down method, as well as installed traditionally, by attaching the planks unto a wooden subconstruction. When glued directly down on concrete it is important to use an elastic glue which allows the wood to move naturally. Trinity plank flooring is suitable for residential, as well as commercial use with moderate wear, such as restaurants, boutiques, etc.

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TRINITY 13 MM ENGINEERED CLICK FLOORING

Trinity is also available as a engineered flooring with a click mechanism for easy and glueless, floating installation. Trinity click flooring has a 3,6 mm solid oak wear layer with a 9,4 mm core and back layer of Scandinavian spruce wood. The total thickness is 13 mm, width 185 mm and the length of the board is 2200 mm.

Trinity 13 mm click flooring has the same handscraped and oilwaxed surface as Trinity 20 mm plank flooring. It is intended primarily for residential use, but can also be used in commercial applications with light to moderate wear.